Backup Monitoring: We Keep Your Data Safe.

Backup Monitoring: We Keep Your Data Safe.

Backup monitoring

In a company, whether you are a micro business, medium or a large enterprise one of the most essential needs is a comprehensive backup solution for safeguarding your company files and data.


This is especially important in this modern day and age where having hardcopies of data is becoming less and less popular. A hardcopy is less secure, susceptible to wear and tear and natural disasters. In the present day, a single computer storage drive will easily hold more data than a room full of filling cabinets; while also providing secure data encryption, convenience, and data redundancy in the form of backups.

Backing up data however is not as simple as it sounds. In the past, a backup application’s job was merely to copy data from the source to a backup target location. However, modern technology today has become far more complex than that, where an organisation may need to have a combination of server backups, file-level backups, and virtual machine backups and so on.

While backups are fully automated, the complexities involved in maintaining and assuring the integrity of those backups will require proactive in-person monitoring. At a time of crisis, this will ensure all systems are fully restored and help you resume your work from where it was left off, and only causing very minimal downtime.

This is one of many areas where Managed Services Australia specialises in, and our skilled IT technicians will deliver 24/7 monitoring of all your backup needs. We utilise a combination of many industry-leading backup solutions to help fully manage on premises and cloud backups.

As mentioned, a backup solution is something all businesses need, and if you’re not quite sure how to get started our friendly team at Managed Services Australia can provide all the help you need.

Please feel free to get in touch with us at or 1300 024 748.


In the meantime, be sure to check out our store for a range of backup storage on offer!

Avinash Abeywardena
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